Category Archives: Foreign Policy

Congressman Walter Jones (R-NC) on Syria Strikes

Sorry this is a little delinquent, but we are rounding things up on the Syria issue from around the net. This is Jones’ official statement via Jones is one of the few good’uns in Congress. “Regardless of the circumstances, … Continue reading

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Some Suggested Reads Regarding Syria

Justin Raimondo is the go to source when it comes to matters like this. If you don’t check out and follow Raimondo’s Twitter feed regularly, you should. Here he suggests that Trump was motivated to pivot on Syria to … Continue reading

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Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: Trump’s Military Strikes in Syria Are Reckless and Short-Sighted

By Tulsi Gabbard Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (HI-02) released the following statement today (4/6/17) after the U.S. launched military strikes on Syrian government targets: “It angers and saddens me that President Trump has taken the advice of war hawks and escalated … Continue reading

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We’re Asking the Wrong Questions About Syria

By Thomas Knapp As I write this, two key questions remain unanswered, and a third mostly unasked, about a deadly daybreak  attack on Khan Sheikhoun, a northwest Syrian city of (pre-war) 50,000. Hundreds were wounded and as many as 100 killed, apparently chemical … Continue reading

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Non-Intervention Plank 2: Withdraw From all Entangling Alliances

George Washington, in his Farewell Address, advised the nascent nation to avoid “permanent alliances.”* It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances with any portion of the foreign world In his First Inaugural Address, Thomas Jefferson similarly … Continue reading

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With Flynn’s Resignation, the Deep State Claims Its First Scalp

Some commentators allege that Gen. Michael Flynn was a bad fit for the National Security Advisor (NSA) job from the start. One line of thought seems to be that he was temperamentally unsuited because the NSA job needs a manager … Continue reading

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Is America First Jacksonianism the Path to Non-Intervention?

I am currently in the process of writing a primer of sorts on the fundamentals of a non-interventionist foreign policy. Because non-interventionism has so few spokesmen and such little institutional support, I think it is important to clearly articulate what … Continue reading

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